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A person who is involved in making secret or underhand plans.
conspirer, plotter, schemer, intriguer, colluder, collaborator, conniver, machinator, confederate, cabalistView synonyms
- ‘A search was carried out yesterday and the conspirers have been discovered.’
- ‘You can't go to the police, you would be called a conspirer.’
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